13th Asian-Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology 2018
07 - 09 March 2018
The Magellan Sutera Hotel & Convention Centre, Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia


13th AAFITN 2018

Welcome to the 13th Asian – Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (AAFITN) 2018 which will be held in idyllic tropical Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Join us for 3 full days of highly interactive and educational sessions. The meeting will be spread across 3 lecture halls with lectures focused on Stroke, AVM and Aneurysms. We have an international faculty of over 33 distinguished experts in this field converging in this conference for you to network and learn from. Sessions will focus on all aspects of neurovascular disease and intervention which includes anatomy, imaging, surgery, recent advances, devices, techniques, training and genetic components. There will be plenty of case discussions, hands-on workshop and live audience voting sessions; all geared towards high engagement for all delegates and speakers.

We also invite you to share your work with us and submit your abstracts to be presented in the free paper sessions. Top 70 original abstracts that has never been published before will be published in the highly prestigious Interventional Journal of Neuroradiology, which is published in association with World Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (WFITN) and will receive a Grant for Free Registration. Abstract submitters just need to submit your abstract before the Call for Abstract Closing Deadline and register and pay as a delegate. If your abstract is chosen to be the Top 70, your registration fees will be reimbursed at the end of the conference after you have presented your paper.

We are expecting to welcoming over 800 healthcare professionals from Interventional Neuroradiologists, Neuroradiologists, Neurosurgeons, Neurologists, Stroke Support Team, Accident Emergency, Radiographers and Nurses in this conference.

Register today and we look forward to re-newing old networks and building new friendships in March 2018.


About AAFITN and Council

The Asian-Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (AAFITN) was founded in 1994 to promote the practice and knowledge of interventional and therapeutic neuroradiology in the Asian-Australasian region via the organization’s regional meetings. Our society holds scientific conferences every two years, with the world federation meetings happening in between. A main element of the field is neuroendovascular therapy, which is currently experiencing rapid progress with the development of techniques and devices. Our membership has also grown over the years, with a current headcount of over 400. The society’s Executive Committee is working towards making the society membership process more convenient as well as beneficial to its existing and potential members. The work that is given attention to includes improving the society’s official home page, establishing the society constitution, development of educational programs and maintaining stable working funds.


Under the capable leadership of our past presidents, the following scientific congresses were successfully organised by:-

Ling Feng 1994 & 1996 – Beijing, China
Akira Takahashi 2000 – Sendai, Japan
Dong I. Kim 2001 – Seoul, Korea
John Ching-Kwong Kwok 2002 – Hong Kong
Suthisak Suthipongchai 2004 – Bangkok, Thailand
Anil P. Karapurkar 2006 – Goa, India
Michael Mu Huo Teng 2008 – Taipei, Taiwan
Winston Chong 2010 – Melbourne, Australia
Shigeru Miyachi 2012 – Nagoya, Japan
Pham Minh Thong 2014 – Danang, Vietnam
Prijo Sidipratomo 2016 – Bali, Indonesia
We look forward to our upcoming congress under
Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan 2018 – Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
 
AAFITN Council 2016 - 2018

President

: Shigeru Miyachi (Japan)

Vice President

: Jeyaledchumy Mahadevan (Malaysia)

Immediate Past President

: Suh Dae-Chul (Korea)

General Secretary

: Anchalee Churojana (Thailand)

Treasurer

: Zhang Hong Qi (China)
 
Country Members

Australia

: Winston Chong

China

: Ling Feng

Hong Kong

: George KC Wong

Indonesia

: Prijo Sidipratomo

India

: Uday Limaye

India

: Shakir Husain Hakim

Malaysia

: Josephine Subramaniam

Pakistan

: Umair Rashid Chaudhry

Singapore

: Winston Lim

Taiwan

: Luo Chao Bao

Taiwan

: Michael Teng Mu-Huo

Vietnam

: Pham Minh Thong

Vietnam

: Cuong Tran Chi